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Can you give me ideas for helping new students adjust to their new school?

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June 16, 2019 / By Crystal
Question: im doing an essay requiring me to write ideas for helping new students so far i have one in which we make a group and give a tour around the school i just need ONE MORE!
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Betty Betty | 9 days ago
Well, first of all, I wouldn't single them out out in class, or make them introduce themselves. Most people coming to a new school dislike that. But if you're looking for some interactive ideas then I'm sorry I can't really help you there. Just give them a map so they don't get lost either.
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Betty Originally Answered: Neiu Graduate school or any grad students? please give me advice?
It's still a bit early. I applied to 6 schools for the fall, and I've only heard back from 2 of them. The others say they'll let me know in mid-March. So don't sweat it until late March! You have until April 15 to make your decision. Also, if you want to hear what schools and programs are letting their applicants know whether they were accepted, check out the boards at www.thegradcafe.com. Good luck!
Betty Originally Answered: Neiu Graduate school or any grad students? please give me advice?
I'm in a similar situation. I've applied to Graduate Schools for the Fall 2008 semester (which is the earliest you should be admitted) Anyways... it DOES take time for them to respond to you, but not THIS long. All my applications were due by January 1, and I have had correspondence with ALL of them already. Some took a little longer than others, but I have emailed/called them all at least once. Usually, if you're a GOOD candidate, the graduate school will contact you about visiting the school and be interviewed by their faculty. I've already visited 2 of my 4 schools "Graduate Recruitment Weekends", and will be going to the other 2 next month. So... I say you would need to get the ball rolling. Contact EACH and every school. You should have already made sure they recieved all your information, but if you haven't, DO so NOW. Then ask how long you should expect to hear a response. It's not normal to be waiting so long, unless they have an usually large amount of applications they have to go through. Don't lose all hope. Some schools will be slower than others. I haven't actually recieved acceptance from ANY school yet (even having visited 2). They told me that in the middle of March, ALL acceptance letters will be out. April 15th is the LAST day to accept the school of your choice. So eveything needs to be decided before than. Good luck to you!

Aila Aila
First of all you will want to get to know them and their personality, then you will want so tell them how things work such as (in the halls tell them to watch out for certain people, and so on), then you will want to help them interact with other students. Then you might have 1 teacher or something and he/she isnt the best person to talk to so tell then they can ask you anything at any time. In the classes that your not in with them then get a nice student in her/his class and introduce them to another nice student. You can then invite them over to eat lunch with you at the table you are sitting at. I hope this has helped you with your essay, and i hope you get a 100 haha Good luck and God Bless P.S. i have been at the same school for the years i have been in school so i have never been new to a school but i have met with a lot of new people in the past and even this year and now we are so close so if this didnt help you with your essay then maybe it may help you in the upcoming years when you meet someone new......... Now i aqm done haha hope i help out BYE
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Tobiah Tobiah
If it is Middle School and beyond and they have many classes how about printing out maps of the school to help them?
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Tobiah Originally Answered: Do you know any organizations that give tutoring jobs to High School students?
Depending on your age, you could certainly use yahoo to search for tutoring companies in your area and approach them about hiring you. If you do that, I would prepare a very good resume and list of people that you have tutored as references. However, I would think that you will have better luck thinking about being a self employed tutor. Even if you are not outgoing, there are lots of ways to promote a tutoring business. Think carefully about the age of student and subjects that you are qualified to tutor in. You might write a classified ad for Craig's List that advertises your services (free), you might make up some business cards (low cost kit from Office Depot) and talk with the teacher at your school that teach the subjects you could tutor. You may get some referrals. Let them know you are available and what you charge. You might also offer tutoring to a fellow student who you know is struggling. Donate an hour and give them a business card. Ask local businesses you patronize that have business cards by the register or on a bulletin board if you can leave some. Visit the PTA organizations of schools in your area (and your school) and give the PTA president some of your cards and ask him or her to keep you in mind for people who need tutoring. The schools are often unable to recommend specific providers, but the PTAs can in many cases.

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